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Well at that price even Korean mags should get a chance in the market. Just hope the springs are heat treated.
 

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Smokin’ deal! Thanks for posting.
 

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Might be ok for range, but would you trust your life to them?
 

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These should be good range mags if they have steel reinforced feedlips,... I've had good performance in 9mm glocks from the "Made in Korea" mags, and from Magpuls. Agree with others however that only OEM should be used for personal carry.
 

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I agree with the others. I use these mag's and have never had a problem, but I wouldn't use them in a match or for carry. One other thing. I have trouble getting more than10 rounds in a 17 round mag, but that's fine for practice.
 

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Magpul mags on sale are only a couple bucks more and they're a known entity. I can't count the number of "Asian" mags I've thrown away over the years.
 

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These should be good range mags if they have steel reinforced feedlips,... I've had good performance in 9mm glocks from the "Made in Korea" mags, and from Magpuls. Agree with others however that only OEM should be used for personal carry.

Seems they are good enough for the military! I carry my G26 with their Pmag12. Never had an issue with them.
I’d rather use that, then a +2 extension



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Pmag12 is a Magpul mag. I don't know if you realized you were responding to a comment about off brand Asian/Korean made mags.
 

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Seems they are good enough for the military! I carry my G26 with their Pmag12. Never had an issue with them.
I’d rather use that, then a +2 extension



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"Good enough" in terms of function is not the only issue for civilian carry. It is widely believed that use of aftermarket parts and modifications other than, say night sights -- no matter how functionally practical they may be -- can be manipulated by opposing legal counsel to weaken legal defense in the hopefully unlikely event that armed self-defense results in the self-defender facing legal charges. Hence best to stick with OEM mags for carry.
 
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